HBO Max is set to be WarnerMedia's answer to major streaming platforms like Netflix and Disney+, but so far, the public knows very little about it besides the content it will feature. Now, Warner has announced the date when more information about the service will be revealed.

During its recent second quarter earnings report, WarnerMedia announced that it would be holding an investors meeting on Oct. 29 where they will go into deeper detail on the forthcoming service, according to Deadline. No specifics were mentioned, but this presentation is expected to reveal a price, release date and more original content, among other things, for HBO Max. WarnerMedia CEO Randall Stephenson also mentioned that live sports and news are expected to be a part of the service at some point after its debut.

WarnerMedia confirmed “HBO Max” as the name of their long-planned service earlier this month. Very little is known about the service at this point, except that it will feature 10,000 hours of content at launch, including streaming favorites like “Friends” and “Pretty Little Liars” after they leave Netflix, and original content from Reese Witherspoon, “Arrowverse” co-producer Greg Berlanti, and Kaley Cuoco. The service is expected to feature material from the company’s vast holdings, including Warner Bros. Pictures, New Line Cinema, DC Comics, CNN, TNT, TBS, truTV, The CW, Turner Classic Movies, Rooster Teeth, the Looney Tunes, Cartoon Network, Adult Swim, and Crunchyroll.

Rumors point to the service costing around $16-17 per month, higher than HBO Go at $15, and well above the likes of Netflix ($13) and Disney+ ($7). Mitigating this fact is the possibility that the service will offer access to the libraries of HBO and Cinemax, in addition to all the other WarnerMedia assets.

HBO Max HBO Max is expected to launch in Spring 2020. Photo: WarnerMedia Group